Level 1 Papers

Level 2 Papers

Level 3 Papers

Level 4 Papers

Level 5 Papers

Summer School Papers

Industry Papers

Topics in Computer Networks

Machine Learning Algorithms

Interaction Design

Engineering Interactive Systems

Mixed Integer Programming

Advanced Graphics and Computer Games

Usability Engineering

Web Search: Technical and Social Issues

Developing Mobile Applications

Location-Based Systems as Context-Aware Systems

Model Checking

Extremely Parallel Programming

Computational Finance

2015 Papers
Level 4 Papers >> All Papers
COMP413A Topics in Computer Networks

15 Points

One or more special topics in computer networks, at an advanced level.

Pre Requisite Papers
(COMP202 Computer Communications and 60 points at 300 level in Computer Science) or
COMP414/514 Carrier and ISP Networks or
COMP418/518 Cyber Security

Corresponding Papers
COMP513 Topics in Computer Networks

Lecturers and Tutors

A Semester

Moodle Link

Official Timetable Information

Compulsory Components
The course is organised as a reading and discussion course. Students are expected to contribute to class discussion and may also be required to take part in a class debate. Practical work includes protocol implementation, protocol engineering and network setup.

Required Reading
Stevens, W. Richard (1994) TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1, (1st edition), Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.

Recommended Reading
Stevens, Fenner & Rudoff (2004) Unix Network Programming, Volume 1, (3td edition), Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.

Assessment Ratio
Internal assessment/final examination ratio 1:0

Attendance Policy
Class attendance is expected. Course notes are not provided you are expected to prepare for classes as directed and contribute to the discussion.

Academic Integrity
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Performance Impairment
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Student Concerns and Complaints
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Application for Extension
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Review of Grade
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University Regulations
Your attention is drawn to the following regulations and policies, which are published in the University Calendar:

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